SF State alumna hired as Sausalito’s first sustainability manager

Author: Kanaga Rajan
May 4, 2023
Catie in the greenhouse at EOS Center
Photo Credit: Paul Asper

Catie Thow Garcia (M.S., ’22) credits her experiences at the University’s EOS Center for her newly minted government position.

The coastal city of Sausalito is no stranger to the impacts of climate change, particularly sea level rise. Now San Francisco State University alumna Catie Thow Garcia (M.S., ’22) has been named Sausalito’s first resiliency and sustainability manager to help mitigate the potential consequences of climate change.

In this new role, Thow Garcia will work on projects related to climate change, energy efficiency, shore habitat protection and sea level rise. The job will require her to work closely with government agencies, community groups, nonprofit organizations and local experts in energy and waste reduction, solar implementation and more.

Read the SF State News story